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strength and smarts. >> what color is the passport for a u.s. diplomat? that's not right. no, it's black. >> reporter: while the exercises may look familiar, washington sports club fitness instructor lindy reuben calls them by a different name. >> we have pop culture pickups. >> ten more seconds. >> historical lungeses. >> pull the belly in. shoulders are back. >> smarty pants squats. genius jump roping. >> reporter: that's because this is trivia training, a new group exercise class that has gym goers working on their cardio while answering gym questions. >> we call it boot camp meets jeopardy, you are using your brain and your body together. >> reporter: the class is based on medical research, finding benefits in thinking while exercising. one columbia university study found that working out increased blood flow to the area of the brain that controls memory. reuben says that means using your memory while exercising could help brain function. >> even wiggling your toes activates nerves that stimulate the brain, and interrible organs. >> reporter: the class consists of three basic segment
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